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eBook Doing Business With Japan: Successful Strategies for Intercultural Communication ePub

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Doing Business with Japan. has been added to your Cart. This well-written book covers a range of topics including barriers to intercultural business communications, the nature of Japanese business organizations, establishing and maintaining business relations, interpersonal communications and sales presentation, contract negotiations, decision making, public speaking, working of overseas Japanese multinational companies, and living and working in Japan.

Doing Business with Japan: Successful Strategies for Intercultural Communication. This book is designed to help students understand the complexities of international business, while specifically focusing on the management of human relationships in a cross-cultural context. This focus is supported by integrative coverage, and a user-friendly approach that we hope will complement the teaching and learning process.

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Practical strategies for doing business more effectively with Japanese counterparts. Better understanding of the potential issues and solutions involved in establishing or doing business in Japan. He now divides his time between lecturing in cross-cultural communication, working as a translation consultant and delivering intercultural training on Japan for corporate and public sector clients.

In Navigating Japan’s Business Culture, Mr. Azar shows an unprecedented understanding of the Japanese business . Doing Business with Japan: Successful Strategies for Intercultural Communication (Latitude 20 Books (Paperback)). Azar shows an unprecedented understanding of the Japanese business culture. As a Japanese reader, I was amazed to see so many Japanese ways of communication and management in Japanese business detailed so well. Azar’s book is informative, practical, and strategic. It will help you successfully navigate to achieve your business goals with your Japanese partners by promoting cultural understanding leading to effective strategies.

Proper communication needs an understanding of cultures’ norms and customs. Anyone doing business in other countries should be aware of cultural differences or risk negatively affecting the negotiation process. Those doing business in the East place an enormous value on hierarchy and harmony, and Westerners are more laid back. By taking the time to understand these cultural differences, companies make it easier to conduct business in countries such as China, India, Germany, and the United States.